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Author: Atlanta Publishing Company
Keywords: Leo Frank; Mary Phagan; Atlanta; Georgia; Jim Conley; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; Newt Lee; 1913; April 26; Judaism; Murder; Lynching; Lynch Law; Capital Punishment; Pedophile; Pedophilia; Mary Phagan; Leo Frank; Anti-Semitism; Jewish; Jew; Anti-Semitism; Racism; Confederate; Ku Klux Klan; Lynch Mob; Kidnapping; Murder; Rape; Strangulation; Atlanta; Marrieta; Georgia; Lynched; Lynching; Death Sentence; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; Tom Watson; John M. Slaton; B'nai B'rith; Hugh Dorsey; Govenor of Georgia; 1913
Publisher: Atlanta Georgia Publishing Company
Notes: no longer in copyright, free to download and distribute. Very few original copies survived.
He was guilty. And all of this after all of these "made for TV" movies that portray the white south in such an unflattering light. I believe that this Frank case was what led to ADL, and other leftist outfits. Its time to let the light in.
Subject: The first book on the leo frank case
It provides insights no other book on the case does. Pay special attention to what Leo Frank says in response to Monteen Stover who waited in his empty office from 12:05 to 12:10, Leo Frank would make a virtual murder confession saying he might have unconsciously gone to the bathroom in the metal room. This is the solution to the murder of Mary Phagan, Leo Frank admitted murdering her on the witness stand. Leo Frank made three murder confessions in total, the first to Jim Conley (see affidavits), the second to Lucille Frank (see affidavits) and the third publicly at the trial on August 18, 1913.
Subject: Why are these guys trying to re-write history and whitewash who Tom Watson was?
The objective reader can hear the hatred and bigotry in the reviewer's voice for themselves. I ask that, to understand where they're coming from, and to understand how truly bigoted they are, look into Tom Watson, the so-called objective analyst they are attempting to use as the source for their claims of Frank's guilt. Just look at his writings for yourself - google his stuff on blacks, on Catholics, on Jews, on the KKK. Then you'll understand what vile garbage he was, how he was responsible for the murder of Frank, and how bigots are now trying to re-write history to reform their hero on this site. It's sad and it's scary.
Subject: A pedophile Jew tries to pin murder on a Black Man
This was the most embarrassing attempt of a Jew trying to pin a pedophile rape and murder on a black man. The 1986 pardon was without exoneration for this slimy excuse for a being.
Subject: Wonder why all this stuff about Leo Frank is all over this site?
Thirteen-year-old Mary Phagan was found sexually molested and murdered in the basement of the Atlanta, Georgia, pencil factory where she worked. Her murder later led to one of the most disgraceful episodes of bigotry, injustice, and mob violence in American history.
Next to Phagan's body were two small notes that purported to pin the crime on Newt Lee, the night watchman at the factory. Lee was arrested, but it quickly became evident that the notes were a crude attempt by the barely literate Jim Conley to cover up his own involvement. Conley was the factory's janitor, a black man, and a well-known drunk.
Conley then decided to shift the blame toward Leo Frank, the Jewish owner of the factory. Despite the absurdity of Conley's claims, they nevertheless took hold. The case's prosecutor was Hugh Dorsey, a notorious bigot and friend of Georgia's populist leader, Tom Watson. Watson's racist and anti-semitic writings in his paper, the jeffersonian, were to play a key role in the trial. Reportedly, Watson told Dorsey, "Hell, we can lynch a nigger anytime in Georgia, but when do we get the chance to hang a Yankee Jew?"
Frank was tried by Judge Leonard Roan, who allowed the blatantly unfair trial to go forward even after he was privately informed by Conley's attorney that Conley had admitted to Frank's innocence on more than one occasion. The trial was packed with Watson's followers and readers of his racist newspaper, Jeffersonian. The jury was terrorized into a conviction despite the complete lack of evidence against Frank.
Georgia governor John Slaton initiated his own investigation and quickly concluded that Frank was completely innocent. Three weeks before his term ended, Slaton commuted Frank's death sentence in the hope that he would eventually be freed when the publicity died down. However, Watson had other plans: He mobilized his supporters to form the Knights of Mary Phagan. Thousands of Jewish residents in Atlanta were forced to flee the city because police refused to stop the lynch mob.
The Knights of Mary Phagan then made their way to the prison farm where Frank was incarcerated. They handcuffed the warden and the guards and abducted Frank, bringing him to Marietta, Phagan's hometown. There he was hanged to death from a giant oak tree. Thousands of spectators came to watch and have their picture taken in front of his lifeless body. The police did nothing to stop the spectacle.
Although most of the country was outraged and horrified by the lynching, Watson remained very popular in Georgia. In fact, he was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1920.
Frank did not receive a posthumous pardon until 1986, on the grounds that his lynching deprived him of his right to appeal his conviction.
Subject: An early account of the Leo Frank Case
The book written anonymously is mostly neutral and unbiased, representing an early account of the "Leo Frank Case". The book shares some very interesting insights about the Coroners Inquest and provides detail aspects and accounts of the case not found in other books. Overall, well worth the read and very informative. It is one of the few books on the subject which can be said to give a mostly fair and balanced view of the case.
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